U.S Capitol

Crisis in the United States leaves millions in losses

After the U.S. Senate’s decision to reopen the federal functions that were paralyzed for 16 days, the country faces the consequences in political, economical and touristic fields.  Thousands of public workers were affected, but all staff members will receive their wages...
U.S Senate

Two days before the deadline, the Senate seeks to reopen the U.S. government

The U.S. Treasury Secretary, Jack Lew , explained that “it is impossible to predict with precision” the exact date in which the United States would enter a default (suspension of payments) unless they decide to raise the debt ceiling, a situation that has kept the...
U.S federal employees protest for the shutdown

The U.S is three days away from being unable to pay debts

Three days before the deadline to raise the debt ceiling to prevent the United States to present a default on its economy, Obama said this Monday that there has been a progress in the Senate to approve the reopening of the government, and called its closure as “completely...
President Obama

The U.S is in the brink of bankruptcy

Some economic analysts consider that the world’s largest economy could fall into a bankruptcy crisis, if within four days they can’t manage their legislators to approve an extension of the debt ceiling of the country. Senate Republicans blocked yesterday the...
President Obama

U.S federal crisis is coming to an end

With great nervousness within the markets, the economy and finance ministers of the world’s major economy, the Group of Twenty (G20) met in Washington and urged the U.S. to act “urgently” and resolve a suspension of payments which anticipates devastating...